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    BOHS Recognises Outstanding Contributions to Worker Health Protection

    BOHS, the Chartered Society for Worker Health Protection has celebrated and recognised the exceptional work of its members at a virtual award ceremony that took place yesterday. The winners were honoured for their remarkable achievements in key areas of worker health protection. This year’s prestigious awards included: The BOHS  ...

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    Fully Automated Solution For Parallel Evaporation Launched By BUCHI

    BUCHI Labortechnik AG announced today the release of SyncorePlus, a fully automated solution for parallel evaporation. The system offers the unique capability to automate the entire parallel evaporation workflow and maximize precision, accuracy and process safety. "It is challenging to ensure all batch samples undergoing parallel evaporation are subjected to the exact same treatment", said Mr. ...


    By BÜCHI Labortechnik AG

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    Carbon, Climate & Coffee - From Cool Farms to Environmental Service Premiums

    Industrial agricultural is a primary contributor to total greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. With CO2 linked to soil erosion and loss of cover crops, nitrous oxide emissions linked to chemical fertilizers, and methane linked to unmanaged manures, these are central culprits in agriculture’s expanding climate footprint. But while industrial farming is a big part of the ...


    By Cool Farm Tool (CFT)

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    Rotork electric modular actuators controlling rainwater storage after construction of new road in Polish city

    Rotork multi-turn electric actuators have been installed to control rainwater retention along a new road which has been built in Poland. CK range actuators powered using solar panels are operating knife gate valves to control the emptying of rainwater storage tanks along the road in the central Polish city of Kalisz. This is the first time the CK has been used with photovoltaics in Poland. The ...


    By Rotork plc

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    Presentation highlights ammonia analysis solutions at key environmental technology and regulation conference

    Servomex’s Global Business Development Manager, Dr Marshik, will discuss “NH3 analyzers and how they fare under ps-18 and pps-001”. This focuses on the role of our SERVOTOUGH Laser 3 Plus and adapted SERVOPRO NOx analyzers for the continuous emissions monitoring of ammonia, comparing direct and indirect measurement techniques. It will be the second presentation of the session, ...

  • ENVEA has entered into exclusive negotiations with The Carlyle Group

    ENVEA announces that its founder and key executives have entered into exclusive negotiations with The Carlyle Group in relation to the acquisition of a majority equity interest in ENVEA, followed by a mandatory tender offer. The Carlyle Group has entered into exclusive negotiations to acquire a majority equity interest in ENVEA, a world-class manufacturer of ambient, emission and process ...


    By ENVEA

  • NGVAmerica Statement on California’s Proposed ACT Regulation

    NGVAmerica Director of State Affairs Sherrie Merrow provided the following testimony during today’s California Air Resources Board (CARB) web-based Board Meeting concerning its proposed Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) Regulation: “This rule is incomplete without an addition to the definition of ‘near-zero-emission vehicle,’ or NZEV, to include the currently ...

  • Fletcher Amendment to Expand Affordable Clean Heavy-Duty Transportation Approved with Bipartisan Support

    With strong bipartisan support, an amendment by Rep. Lizzie Fletcher (TX-7) to include natural gas and propane refueling in a national program to expand alternative fuel vehicle use passed in the U.S. House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee’s markup of its Surface Transportation Reauthorization bill, the INVEST in America Act (H.R. 2) late yesterday evening. “Federal ...

  • EPA Announces Winners of the 2020 Green Chemistry Challenge Awards

    On June 16, 2020, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the winners of the 2020 Green Chemistry Challenge Awards.  EPA states that this year’s winners “have developed new and innovative green chemistry technologies that turn potential environmental challenges into business opportunities, spurring innovation and economic development.”  The 2020 ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • DOE Invests $17 Million to Advance Carbon Utilization Projects

    The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy (FE) has selected 11 projects to receive approximately $17 million in federal funding for cost-shared research and development projects for carbon utilization. The projects will develop and test technologies that can utilize carbon dioxide (CO2) from power systems or other industrial sources as the primary feedstock. The research goal of ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

  • Low NOx emission control: ENVEA to equip new biomass power plant in French Guiana

    Voltalia is an international player in the renewable energies. In one of their recent biomass projects in Cacao, French Guiana, they have selected Berkes Company for the design, manufacture and assemble of the Power Plant boiler. It will generate 23 T/H of  superheated steam at 68bar(a) and 485 °C. Berkes has a ...


    By ENVEA

  • CE Named a 2020 World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer

    The World Economic Forum has announced its selection of the most promising Technology Pioneers of 2020, who are shaping industries from agriculture to clean energy while also working on sustainability issues and much more. Carbon Engineering Ltd. (CE), a Canadian company working to deploy Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology to remove carbon dioxide (CO2) directly from the atmosphere, was ...


    By Carbon Engineering Ltd

  • Nature Climate Change: Groundbreaking Research on GHG Emissions Offset of SOIL’s Sanitation Solution

    Around the globe, 4.5 billion people lack access to safely managed sanitation with 1 billion of those living in densely populated urban settlements. Many urban residents rely on pit latrines where human waste is not safely managed and carries the potential to contaminate water sources and critically endanger public health. To address the urgent need for safely managed sanitation in the ...


    By SOIL Haiti

  • CE Breaks Ground at Direct Air Capture Innovation Centre

    Today, Carbon Engineering Ltd. (CE), a Canadian clean energy company pioneering technologies to remove or reuse carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere, has broken ground on its new Innovation Centre in Squamish, B.C., due to be completed by August, 2021. The Carbon Engineering Innovation Centre will be CE’s permanent business and advanced development headquarters where the company will ...


    By Carbon Engineering Ltd

  • CPI Installs Controls Upgrade for RTO

    Catalytic Products International (CPI) recently assisted a longtime customer by upgrading the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and HMI (Human Machine Interface) Operator Control Interfaces for a 5,000 SCFM ...

  • Kemco Systems Announces Collaborative Conservation & Certification Initiative

    Kemco Systems, a global water and energy technology company, recently announced their collaboration with TRSA to include an opportunity to pursue TRSA’s Hygienically Clean and Clean Green certification within Kemco’s CONSERVE program. CONSERVE is a cost-effective approach for laundries to improve efficiencies with no capital investment. The all-inclusive CONSERVE program offers ...


    By Kemco Systems, Co. LLC

  • Oilfield Housing and the Boom-Bust Cycle

    The boom-bust cycle in the oil and gas industry is nothing new. Until COVID-19 shut-downs recently tanked oil prices, hydraulic fracturing (fracking) was driving an oil and gas exploration boom. Energy booms bring housing booms with them. When the exploration rush is on, it’s hard to build housing units fast enough. But investing in them and the infrastructure that goes with them can be ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • DMT Environmental Technology; Circular Economy for Amsterdam

    In the metropolitan area of Amsterdam, households and (cargo) cars are going to be supplied with green gas. Optimizing and transforming the current Sewage Water Treatment Plant of Amsterdam with the latest state of the art technology, green gas will be produced in the nearby future. This will be a significant contribution towards a more circular economy and a reduction of GHG emission by lowering ...

  • COVID-19 Shutdown Can Make Buildings Sick

    When buildings stand virtually abandoned due to pandemic stay-at-home orders, water stops flowing through their plumbing and bad things start to happen inside the pipes. Harmful chemicals begin to build up and potentially pathogenic microorganisms start to grow. It takes only days for dangerous concentrations to form, but many buildings will remain closed for months. How serious might the problem ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Impacts of COVID-19 on ESG and Clean Technologies

    by Michael Zimmer,  Washington Counsel, Microgrid Institute Recent surveys of various market responses indicate the current global focus on environment, social and governance (ESG) issues will continue and likely increase with additional market-based tools in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and economic collapse . Activist ...


    By Smart Grid Observer

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